[NTG-context] Keep framed on the baseline

Johan Sandblom jsandblom at gmail.com
Sat Jan 14 13:32:40 CET 2006


Outside math I think the solution is  \inframed, but I don't know if
that works here.

Johan

2006/1/14, David Arnold <dwarnold45 at cox.net>:
> All,
>
> I have:
>
> \placeformula[-]
> \startformula
>    \eqalign{
>    &\text{Divisors of 12}: \framed{1},\ \framed{2},\ \framed{3},\ 4,\
> \framed{6},\ 12\cr
>    &\text{Divisors of 18}: \framed{1},\ \framed{2},\ \framed{3},\
> \framed{6},\ 9,\ 18}
> \stopformula
>
> But I'd like to keep the numbers on the same baseline and let the
> frame dip below the baseline.
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